DAY 1: 1,000 pesos Travel Guide to Anda & Candijay, Bohol
DAY 2: Bohol Countryside Tour | 1,000 pesos Travel Guide w/ free Accommodation
DAY 3: Chasing Waterfalls in Dimiao, Bohol
DAY 4: Panglao Island Hopping: Dolphin Watching, Balicasag Island, Virgin Island & Alona Beach

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Bohol Province

Bohol is a one-off wonder that has it all- the sun, shimmering, crystal clear sea, soft sand and spotless beaches, a cornucopia of amazing historic heritage sites, and panoramic sensational scenery and if that isn’t enough folks, you can do it all on a shoestring if you feel so inclined.

This trip was a combination of birthday present and surprise for my sister who, to that point, had never been on a plane. Tagbilaran Airport is the entrance to the Aladin’s cave that is Bohol; rich in atmosphere and top-of-the-notch experiences. With just our old, cheap backpacks and the wisdom has once spoken to me by a wise old sage, “negotiate etc” ringing in my ears, the journey began…

Where to get cheaper Bohol Tours?

CaptureIt’s better to plan your travel so you don’t have to waste hours in thinking if a place to go when you are there plus book your activities online beforehand as its way cheaper than buying it when you get there. For a less hassle trip going around Bohol, discover and book the best activities like:

⭐ Bohol Countryside Tour
⭐ Panglao Island Land Tour
⭐ Bohol Countryside with Panglao Highlights
⭐ Bohol Island Hopping
⭐ Tagbilaran Airport (TAG) or Tagbilaran Seaport Transfer for Panglao
⭐ Cebu-Bohol OceanJet Ferry Ticket


 How to get there?

By Plane:

There are several airlines flying to Tagbilaran airport in Bohol:
Air Asia | Cebu Pacific | Philippines Airlines

Most of these fly from/to the capital Manila, but you can also find flights connecting Bohol to Cebu City. Flights are generally inexpensive if you book ahead to guarantee a good price. You can set up sale alerts with both Cebu and Philippine Airlines using email or their app.

Reserve Tagbilaran airport transfer here

By Ferry/Fastcraft:

Bohol has many ferries connecting to other ports nearby, especially Cebu island. The most popular route is definitely between Tagbilaran and Cebu City, with multiple sailings a day.

*Ferry schedules from/to Bohol as per August 2017

⛵ Manila – Cebu

  • There is the Carlos A. Gothong Lines departing from Manila twice a week, from Pier 18 wharf at 11:00 PM on Tuesday and Thursday, and arriving at Cebu City Pier 7 wharf at 10:00 PM the following day.

⛵ Cebu – Bohol (Tagbilaran)

  • 2Go (Supercat): 8:45 AM|1:45 PM|7:40 PM
  • Lite Ferries: 12:30 PM|10:00 PM|1:00  PM (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday only)
  • Ocean Jet: 6:00 AM|7:00 AM|8:00 AM|9:20 AM|10:40 AM| 11:40 AM| 1:00 PM| 2:00 PM|3:30 PM|4:20 PM|6:35 PM

Reserve Cebu-Bohol Ferry ticket HERE

⛵ Bohol (Tagbilaran) – Cebu

  • 2Go (Supercat): 6:30 AM|11:15 AM|5:25 PM
  • Lite Ferries: 12:00 NN|10:30 PM |12:00 MN (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, only)
  • Ocean Jet: 6:00 AM|7:05 AM|8:20 AM|9:20 AM|11:40 AM|13:00 PM| 2:00 PM|3:30 PM|4:20|5:30 PM|6:30PM

Reserve Bohol-Cebu Ferry ticket HERE

⛵ Bohol (Tubigon) – Cebu

  • Lite Ferries: 7:00 AM|12:00 NN|2:00 PM|7:00 PM|12:00 MN

⛵ Cebu – Bohol (Tubigon)

  • Lite Ferries: 7:00 PM|10:00 PM|12:00 NN|6:00PM|10:00 PM|12:00 MN

⛵ Bohol (Tagbilaran) – Siquijor (Larena)

  • Lite Ferries: 8:00 PM (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday only)

Reserve Bohol-Siquijor Ferry ticket HERE

⛵ Siquijor (Larena) – Bohol (Tagbilaran)

  • Lite Ferries: 7:00 PM (Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday only)

Reserve Siquijor-Bohol Ferry ticket HERE

⛵ Bohol (Tagbilaran) – Dumaguete

Reserve Bohol-Dumaguete Ferry ticket HERE

Complete ferry schedules in the 2GoLite Ferries, and Ocean Jet websites. Try Ocean Jet ferry, they are often slightly more expensive, but the boats seem to be newer, safer and a lot more comfortable; worth a little additional expense!

Getting Around Bohol

Getting around the island is not the easiest of feats for tourists who want to make the most of their trip, but if you think about in advance, especially in respect of transport, it’s not so bad. For shorter distances, the humble tricycle is a good choice; it’s cheap and can be easily found in the streets of Tagbilaran. These trikes can take you to any point of the city and other neighboring towns like Panglao, Dauis, and Baclayon.

For longer trips between towns, public transport, like buses and jeepneys, are a better option although they can drive you mad with frustration as there are no set schedules and they tend to depart only when they are full – it’s the luck of the draw! Ultimately if your goal is to visit as many places within a short period of time, your best bet is to hire a private vehicle or join a tour.

If you know how to ride a motorcycle, you can rent one for P300 to P1000 depending on the model. Car rentals are also available, P1500 to P2500. Apart from the obvious advantage of independent travel a car offers, if there are a few of you, you get to divide the costs.

For island-hopping, boat rental cost varies depending on the season, boat size, and which islands you want to visit. The most common here is the Virgin Island + Balicasag Island, which usually comes in at between P1500-P2500 for a boat that can carry up to 10 passengers. As usual don’t be afraid to negotiate!

As an alternative to this, you can simply join a pre-arranged group tour as we did. As invariably you are put together with other groups, the cost will be divided between the total number of persons. Most resorts and hotels offer tours but the rates, which can be expensive, vary according to the number of persons joining the tour.

Places to Visit

DAY 1: Anda & Candijay, Bohol

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Before arriving in Tagbilaran City, we had already contacted a company Kuya Johnfel Caseres 09065550098 / 09997201988, who arrange tours. We hired their car to take us around Anda and Candijay, Bohol for the cost of Php2,500 which we shared across four people and agreed on itinerary in advance that would take us to the following sites:

Reserve Anda Beach, Cabagnow Cave and Candijay Private Tour here

DAY 2: Bohol Countryside Tour

hustle (14)For this tour, My sister and I joined 8 other people (connected thru a well known social media site) who had hired a van for the day at a total cost of Php1,800 (180 per pax). Great value!!

This was booked through Kuya Darunday Jhoel (09-484-076-476) of Bohol Fun Tours and if you use their services you can often get free accommodation as well and if you can negotiate that, it is a fantastic value.

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Reserve BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE With Panglao Highlights TOUR HERE

Chocolate Hills Adventure Park

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Reserve Chocolate Hills Adventure Park HERE

DAY 3: Chasing Waterfalls in Dimiao

1For our third day of Bohol backpacking trip, my sister and I went chasing waterfalls!

We started by taking a van ride from the Dao Bus Terminal from near the Island Mall and, as expected, it did not leave until it was full up but we were quite lucky and only had to wait for 20 minutes. Fares are 100/pax one way. The cheaper alternative is to take a bus or jeepney.

We were not sure how to get from where we were dropped off to the waterfalls, but fortunately for us, there were locals there who was able to tell us how to get to them. They pointed us in the direction of the habal-habal drivers who were already there and waiting for passengers. You need to negotiate with these guys who, at first, quoted us a pricey fare to reach the 3 waterfalls on the basis that they said it will not be an easy ride! Luckily for us and with the kind intervention of some locals,

they dropped their prices and we agreed at P750 per motorcycle (375/pax), roundtrip for the 3 waterfalls.

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DAY 4: Panglao Island Hopping

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It was an early start on day 4 of our Bohol Backpacking trip – we had booked a tour that would take us to multiple places in the Bohol Sea.   We had chosen a popular trip, the Panglao Island Hopping Tour, that takes you out into the sea for a heady mix of dolphin watching, snorkeling, turtle encountering on Balicasag Island, and finally to The Virgin Island. It is easy to book this tour through your hotel as we did and you should pay not more than 400/pax (Aug 2017).  You can also directly with the boatmen along Alona Beach for a complete boat; expect to pay 1,200 – 1,800 PHP depending on how many of you there are and your haggling skills!

(When booked thru hotel)

  • Pick-up & Drop-off Alona Beach
  • Pump Boat Rental (all vessels registered with Coast Guard)
  • Life Jackets
  • Dolphin Watching
  • Island Hopping to  Balicasag & Virgin Island

(Not included in the boat rental charge)

  • Snorkeling to Marine Sanctuary – 150.00 Php / pax 
  • Pawikan Watching – 200.00 Php / pax
  • Aqua shoes – 100.00 Php / pax
  • Snorkeling Gears with life vest – 150.00 Php / pax
  • Environmental / Municipal Fee –  150.00 Php / pax
  • Fins – 250 Php / pax (optional)
  • Underwater camera – 1,000 Php (optional)
  • Lunch –  300.00 Php / pax  (Balicasag Island)

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Reserve Panglao Island hopping TOUR HERE

Other Bohol Tours

Panglao Island Land Tour

Panglao Island is the crown jewel of Bohol Tourism. Explore Bohol Bee Farm, Hinagdanan Cave and see the natural wonders of the Dauis Church and the Shell Museum. Then frolick in the sun and sands of the beaches of Panglao Island.

Book Panglao Island Land Tour Here

E.A.T Danao Total ECO Adventure Tour

Entrance and Parking Fees:

  • Entrance Fee: Adult – P 25.00 
  • Children three (3) Yrs. old & below free entrance
  • Parking P 10.00

Danao Adventure Park Private Car Charter

Individual Activity Pricing: (Subject to Change)

  • Plunge – P 700 / person
  • Suislide – P 350.00 / person
  • Sky Ride – P 250 / person
  • Cliff Rappel Rappel – P 600.00 / person
  • Root Climb – 400 / person
  • Moderate Caving – P 350.00 / person
  • Hard Caving – P 550
  • Ziplet – P 100
  • Wall Climbing – P 100.00
  • River Kayaking – P 300.00
  • Off-Road Buggy – Under Maintenance
  • River Tubing – P 300.00 (Min of 5 pax)
  • River Trekking – P 300.00 (min of 5 Pax)

Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park 

  • Loboc River Stand Up Paddle Adventure

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  • Stand Up Paddle Yoga Class on Loboc River

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Zipline : Php 350/pax
Cable Car : Php 250/pax
All Ride(zipline & cable car) : Php 550/pax
Combo ride : Php 350/pax (one-way zipline & one-way cable car)
Soft copy of souvenir photos on a CD (for the whole group) + 1 printed photo: P250

You can book here: bemyguest.com

Sagbayan Peak Tour

Usually stops at Sagbayan Peak, Mag-aso Falls, Punta Cruz Watchtower, Hinagdanan Cave.

Firefly Tour

Commonly starts with dinner at a restaurant and then moves on to Loboc River for the tour.

Pamilacan Dolphin & Whale Watching

Dolphin and Whale watching is a daily attraction on Pamilacan Island. Lucky ones have a chance to see Sperm Whale and Bryde’s Whale during the months of March thru June.

Bohol Entrance Fees

Entrance Fees: Per Pax
Country Side Tour
🚩 Python Sanctuary 45 Php
🚩 Chocolate Hills 50 Php
⚠️ ATV Ride 450 Php
🚩 Shiphaws  FREE
🚩 Tarsier Sanctuary 50 Php
🚩 Man Made Forest  FREE
🚩 Hanging Bridge 20 Php
🚩 Loboc River Cruise (Buffet Lunch Included) 450 Php
🚩 Butterfly Conservation Center 45 Php
🚩 Souvenir Shopping  FREE
🚩 Blood Compact Shrine  FREE
🚩 Baclayon Church and Museum 50 Php
🚩 Bohol Bee Farm 30 Php
🚩 Hinagdanan Cave 15 Php
🚩 Shell Museum 30 Php
🚩 Balicasag Marine Sanctuary Fee 150 Php
🚩 Pamilacan Marine Sanctuary 200 Php
🚩 Dumaluan Beach 25 Php

 Where to Stay in Bohol?

Tagbilaran City

Tagbilaran City, the capital and main port of Bohol houses the main shops (including the department stores Bohol Quality and Plaza Marcela), banks with ATMs, money changers, and several attractions, such as the Bohol Museum and a few cinemas. However, unless you’re here on business, during the fiesta or Sandugo festival, or arrive late or have to depart early in the next morning, there is little reason to stay here, as nicer places to stay can be found on Panglao. Still, the city has a good number of hotels and a few resorts.

Where we stayed?

Top Hotels in Tagbilaran City


Kasagpan Resort

From around Php 3,000
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Bohol Tropics Resort
From Around Php 2,300
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Ocean Suites Bohol Boutique Hotel
From around Php 2,200
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Dao Diamond Hotel and Restaurant

From around Php 545
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Best Budget Hotels in Tagbilaran City


Tr3ats Guest House Bohol

From around Php 270
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Oasis Balili Heritage Lodge
From Around Php 300
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Slim Pension House
From around Php 490
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

A’s Azotea De Bohol

From around Php 430
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Other Options:

  • Casa Juana Lodging House: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3331
  • Coralandia Resort: Graham Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3445
  • Chriscent Ville Pension House: Gallares Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4029
  • Gie Garden Hotel: M.H. del Pilar Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3182
  • Hotel La Roca Graham Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3797, Fax. +63 38 411 3009
  • Island Leisure Inn: Ilaw International Center, Bool, Tel. +63 38 411 2482
  • Meridian Hotel: Martig-a Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3060, Fax: +63 38 235 5793
  • Nisa Travelers Inn: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3731
  • Taver’s Pension: Remolador Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4896, Fax: +63 38 411 4790
  • The East Coast Tourist Inn: Miguel Parras Street, Cellphone +63 916 416 1793
  • Villa Camilla: Maria Clara Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4966
  • Villa Alzhun Tourist Inn V.P. Inting Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3893, +63 38 411 4143
  • Wregent Plaza Hotel: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3144

Panglao Island

Where we stayed?

  • Lennon’s Place: Alona Beach, +63 92 238 6408
    ⚠️ Single Bed – P400/off-season | P450/peak-season | Matress only- 300

Book Here

Top Hotels in Panglao, Bohol


Donatela Hotel

From around Php 13,000
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Bohol Shores

From Around Php 10,000
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Eskaya Beach Resort and Spa
From around Php 12,000
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Amarela Resort

From around Php 10,000
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Best Budget Hotels in Panglao, Bohol


Gaeas Apartments

From around Php 270
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Panglao Chocolate Hills Resort
From Around Php 299
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Sea Breeze Hostel – Alona Beach 
From around Php 340
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️

Moon Fools Hostel

From around Php 395
⬇️ Compare prices here ⬇️
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Other Options:

  • Beach Rock Cafe & Lodge: Alona Beach, Tel. & Fax: +63 38 502 9034
  • Bohol Island Dive Resort: Alona Beach, Tel. & Fax: +63 38 502 9005
  • Panglao Island Nature Resort: Bingag, Tel. +63 38 411 2599, Fax: +63 38 411 5866
  • Peter’s House: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9056, Fax: +63 38 502 9107
  • Playa Blanca: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9015
  • Rene’s Place: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9149

Bohol Budget & Itinerary

DAY 1 Other Side of Bohol Tour EXPENSES
    2/Pax Solo
7:15 AM ETD Manila
8:45 AM ETA Tagbilaran
9:00 AM Start of Other Side of Bohol Tour
We rented a car for this tour. *P2,500 for 4 pax. 1,250 625
☎️ Contact: Johnfel Caseres09065550098 (globe) 09997201988 (smart)
🚩 Cabagnow cave 20 10
⚠️ Entrance Fee: P10
🚩 Cateres Cave
🚩 Quinale Beach
🚩 Talisay Beach
🚩 Cadapdapan Rice Terraces
🚩 Eleuterio’s Rice Terraces and Mountain Resort
Lunch at Eleuterio’s 250 125
⚠️ Entrance Fee: Php20 per head 40 20
⚠️ Parking Fee: *4 wheels = P20 / 2 wheels = P10 10 5
🚩 Canawa cold spring 20 10
⚠️ Entrance Fee: Php10 per head Cottages: Php100
5:00 PM Back to Tagbilaran
7:00 PM Check-in to our hotel at LTS Lodge
☎️ Phone: +63 38 411 3310
392 196
⚠️ Room Rates: Single – P330/day | Double – P392.00/day
7:30 PM Dinner 300 150
8:30 PM Socialize!
9:30 PM Lights Out😴💤
*Divided by 4 pax
TOTAL 1,141
DAY 2 Countryside Tour EXPENSES
    2/pax Solo
6:00 AM Lights On☀️
7:30 AM Start of Countryside Tour
We shared cost of the van by joining others. *P1,800 for van rent shared by 10 pax. 360 180
☎️ Contact: Darunday Jhoel of Bohol Fun Tours 09484076476
⚠️ 1600 for car / 1800 for van
Entrance Fees:
45/pax 🚩 Python Sanctuary 90 45
50/pax 🚩 Chocolate Hills 100 50
450/pax ⚠️ ATV Ride
🚩 Shiphaws
50/pax 🚩 Tarsier Sanctuary 100 50
🚩 Man Made Forest
20/pax 🚩 Hanging Bridge
450/pax 🚩 Loboc River Cruise (Buffet Lunch Included) 900 450
45/pax 🚩 Butterfly Conservation Center 🚩 Butterfly Conservaton Center 90 45
🚩 Souvenir Shopping 200 100
🚩 Blood Compact Shrine
50/pax 🚩 Baclayon Church and Museum
5:00 PM Back to Tagbilaran
7:00 PM
⚠️ Free Accomodation c/o Kuya Jhoel
☎️ Contact: Darunday Jhoel of Bohol Fun Tours – 09484076476
7:30 PM Dinner 200 100
8:30 PM Lights Out😴💤
*Divided by 10 pax
TOTAL 1,020
DAY 3 Dimiao Chasing Waterfalls Tour EXPENSES
2/pax Solo
6:30 AM Lights On☀️
7:00 AM Breakfast 70 35
7:30 AM Trike to Dao Terminal from Tagbilaran 30 15
8:00 AM
ETA Dao Terminal ( waiting for the van to fill up) 200 100
⚠️ You can choose Jeepneys or buses going to Dimiao for cheaper rates
9:30 AM ETA Dimiao
⚠️ Upon Arrival we rented a habal-habal to tour us around Dimiao for P750 per trike max of 2pax 750 375
🚩 Pahagong Twin Falls
🚩 Ingkumhan falls
🚩 Dam-agan falls
🚩 Dimiao Beach – Kayla’as Beach Resort
Late Lunch 300 150
3:00 PM End of Tour – Back to Dimiao City Proper 300 150
3:15 PM Took a bus going to Tagbilaran (Drop-off at Corella as no bus can go inside Tgblrn) 70 35
4:00 PM Took a jeep from Corella to Tagbilaran City Proper 16 8
4:30 PM
We rented a Trike from Tagbilaran City To going to our hotel in Panglao Island
⚠️ They charged us *P250 166 83
5:30 PM
ETA Lennon’s Place in Panglao Island 600 300
☎️ Contact: 0921 238 6408
⚠️ Single Bed – P400/off-season | P450/peak-season | Matress only- 300
6:30 PM Dinner 115 58
7:00 PM Experienced Night Life in Alona Beach
*It’s Badi’s Bar opening that night so we went there and had free drinks 😝
9:30 PM Socialized!
10:00 PM Lights Out😴💤
*Divided by 3
TOTAL 1,309
DAY 4 Panglao Island Sea Tour EXPENSES
2/pax Solo
5:30 AM Lights On☀️
6:00 AM Hotel Pickup and Start of Panglao Island Sea Tour 800 400
⚠️ We availed the tour from our hotel for 400/pax; ⚠️ Exclusive of Entrance fees and Gears
7:00 AM 🚩 Dolphin Watching 🐬🐬🐬
8:00 AM 🚩 Arrival at Balicasag Island.
⚠️ Municipal/Environmental Fee (150) 300 150
⚠️ Snorkeling gear rental (P150) 300 150
⚠️ Shoe Hire (P100)
⚠️ Snorkeling at Fish Sanctuary (P150)
⚠️ Pawikan Watching (200) 400 200
11:00 AM 🚩 Arrival at Virgin Island Sandbar
1:30 PM ETA Alona Beach
*Quick Shower then hired a trike going to the Airport 250 125
Lunch 400 200
3:45 PM ETD Manila
*Divided by 2pax
TOTAL 1,225
  4 Day Total Expenses 9,370 4,695
AirAsia Z2 350 P657.12 for 3 pax (Bought the ticket last June 12, 2016 SeatSale) 438 219
Pasalubong 1,500 750
GRAND TOTAL 11,308 5,664


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